Period Master Transaction Processing
Add a second 'G/L period open for transaction processing' flag to
the Period Master. Allows you to control General Ledger processing
and sub-system transaction processing separately. Inventory, Purchasing,
Accounts Receivable, etc. check against the new 'Open for transaction
processing' flag rather than the standard 'G/L Period Open?' flag,
so that you can close transaction processing, but still post manual
Subsystem Interfacing and Journal Posting
Sick of having to manually post each journal, or getting caught
out by posting part of an Accounts Payable batch while it is still
being processed? Simply use this option, your favourite job scheduling
software, or your 'End of Day' routine, to post all sub-system interfaces
and manual journals automatically.
Centre and Account Level Security
Do you want to control who can look at which G/L profit centres
and account numbers. Extend the standard BPCS company security to
include Profit Centre and 'wild card' parts of account numbers too.
Now you can let a user interrogate all sales accounts in their particular
profit centre, but stop them from interrogating the salaries account,
a Trial Balance directly from Account Balance Inquiry
Sick of having to come out of a General Ledger Account Inquiry,
then have to go to Trial Balance report, and re-enter the selection
to submit a report. Do it directly from the Account balance Inquiry,
with a simple '6-Print' action
Account Summarization Control
Standard system allows you to summarize journals or accounts, but
if the journal source is set to summarize, you can't post a particular
account in detail. Now you can mark the account as 'never summarize'!
It will always post in detail, regardless of the summarization settings
Sophisticated Report Distribution
Automatically distribute your FRS reports via e-mail, downloaded
into your favourite spreadsheet format, as an Adobe format attachment,
or as a text attachment Run it once on your AS/400, and distribute
it to multiple managers from one FRS run.
sensitive financial reports need to be left lying around waiting
for your managers to retrieve them before anyone else sees them.
Have a full audit trail of who got what reports and when. If they
have lost it, resend the FRS report to them, without having to re-run
it or go near the AS/400.